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SEI December Desktop Calendar

Can you believe this is the last wallpaper of 2011? Wow. Thanks for using these all year and your great feedback. Are you using them and are they bringing you all kinds of joy? In other words, would you like to see this tradition in 2012? Let us know!



Happiest of holidays to you all!

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Advent Calendar

We are featuring Emily twice today because we just had to show you this adorable advent calendar she created, using the Holiday Cheer collection. We knew you would love it and want to create your own. So, we wanted you to have a couple days to do it before the big countdown begins!


Before you start your own advent, read Emily's tips and tricks below...


"Die cut the envelopes in various sizes. By doing so you will create greater visual interest."



"Since there is a lot going on here, repeat design techniques that you like such as border punching panel edges, notching strips of patterned paper and using the same ribbon in different colors to create unity."


"Place elements and embellishments asymmetrically! It creates a strong focal point."


If you already have an advent, what is it like? What do you like about it?

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Pshaaa Layout

Emily created this "Pshaaa Layout" with papers and embellishments from the Homestead collection. We love how she mixed in other found items... lace, twine, notebook paper, a vintage tag...


Here are some tips from Emily. "To add some dimension ink some of the fall foliage leaves and string them to create a small banner."


"Layer your paper so small snippets of color pop through."


"Vintage items are perfect for a fall pallette. Use them on your projects."

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Thankful for Simple Pleasures

We hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Pearl created this mini book, using the Homestead collection, to document some of life's simple pleasures. We hope you made time to think about what you are thankful for this weekend. If not, maybe this will inspire you.












Pearl describes the inspiration for her book. "I made an album of a road trip my boyfriend and I took to celebrate his birthday. In it, I have photos of what we were thankful for from the trip... all the simple pleasures of each other's company, the fresh air, bright blue skies, and charming home away from home."

"SEI pattern papers have this great thick quality to them making sturdy mini album pages and a cover. Some interesting things to note in the mini is how it is made up of just 4 pieces of paper scored and sewed together using a sewing machine. The design is just as interesting because the cover is actually a tri-fold so there is a flap that flips over the front cover and when the flap is opened, it reveals staggered pages. Lastly, a long piece of twine is wrapped around the album several times and securered to a button to keep the bulky pages of the book enclosed in a neat little package." So that's how you do it. Now you can make your own!

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Fall Wine

Please welcome Lori Mancini to the design team again. We are thrilled to have her for another year! The layout she is sharing today uses the Homestead collection, with the exception of a little baker's twine and that a awesome stamp. Would you believe she made it using wine corks? Brilliant!


Lori tells us a little about the story behind the layout. "Where I live here in Southern Ontario I am fortunate to be only a very short drive away from the Niagara Region of Ontario where some of the best Wineries in the world are located. In the fall season when the grapes are harvested and the new wines are introduced it is such a wonderful experience visiting the winery's and experiences the fall colours during our travels and at the Winery's themselves."

"I wanted to document this activity that has quickly become one of our most favourite things to do during a Sunday afternoon."


Here you can see how Lori let the tree rub-on overlap her photo. What a great way to use rub-ons!


To add dimension, Lori created her own embellishment by folding paper like a fan. She also used foam spacers to attach part of her title.


Thank you, Lori! We are looking forward to another great year with you on our design team!

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Autumn Beauties & Cuties



Welcome Amy Kingsford to our 2012 design team! For her first feature, she has two autumn layouts she created using the Homestead collection. Each layout is unique, but both have some great techniques.

FADING BEAUTY


Amy added fabrics to this layout for something organic and to add dimension. They work beautifully with the Homestead collection. We especially love that unexpected pop of aqua.


PUMPKIN KINGS


Amy used steel wool to sand some of the foil off the paper. What a cool effect! She also tiled strips of velvet paper and patterned paper to create a frame around the photos.


Thanks for stopping by. Happy shopping!

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Club December Kit

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! We hope you are spending your day with family eating plenty of good food, especially pie. Yum!

Remember a few weeks ago when we showed some of the new products in the Club SEI December 2011 kit? Pretty cool, huh? Would you like to see what club members can create with those amazing products?


If you love these scrapbook layouts as much as we do, you can sign up to join the club here. Remember all of the benefits we talked about last week? Yep. You will get them all!



Have a fabulous weekend!

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Thoughtful Little Goodies


Everyone likes to be remembered. Jennifer has some thoughtful projects that are a great little way to let someone know they are loved. Create them for teachers, neighbors, co-workers...anyone!



Jennifer used papers and embellishments from the Homestead collection for this card. She accented it with a stamp, ribbon, and fancy flourish.


For this creative idea, Jennifer made a goodie bag that looks like an owl. To make the bag topper she cut the shape of the owl's head, eyes, and beak and layered them together.


She made the feathered belly by cutting rows of scalloped papers from the Homestead collection, layering them, cutting them into an oval shape, and attaching them to her bag of treats.

Thanks for these thoughtful ideas!

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Autumn Card & Placecards

Have you noticed a change in our newer paperpads? Instead of using the exact same patterns from the collection, the paperpads now include some unique patterns that coordinate with each collection. Melissa used some of the unique papers from the Homestead paperpad to create this little card.


By cutting out a foil leaf from the welcome home paper and adding a little stitching, Melissa included some contrasting textures.


These placecards are just in time for a quick Thanksgiving idea. It's nice to know where you are supposed to sit at the table, especially if there are a lot of guests. Placecards are a good way to make sure you have enough seats for everyone and spouses can sit together.

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Club Kit Winner

The winner of the November Paper-crafting kit from Club SEI is...


#43 as selected by random.org, which is Cindy deRosier!


Congratulations, Cindy! Please send your mailing address to seiblog{at}shopsei{dot}com so we can send off your club kit.

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Pillow Box + GIVEAWAY!

Ready for the last gift idea from Club SEI? This one comes with a free template you can download here. Club members got this template in their November 2009 kit.


DIRECTIONS:
Use the instructions on the template that came with your November 2009 club kit or find the pattern here to cut & assemble. Embellish with felt decorative elements, scraps of paper, chiplets & ribbons.


For a unique way to embellish your pillow box, try crepe paper. This metallic crepe came in a club kit.


Did you notice we used flower embellishments on this box? They work perfectly for our holiday themed box when paired with the snowflake themed paper.


We hope you enjoyed all the gift wrapping ideas we shared from Club SEI this week. Maybe they will encourage you to try something new this holiday season.


GIVEAWAY!
Speaking of trying something new, would you like to try out a Club SEI kit? Enter to win the November paper-crafting kit with all the trimmings. All you need to do is leave a comment on this post telling us which Club SEI benefit you like best. You have until Sunday, November 20th at 11:59 pm.

Here are some ideas to get you started...
• SEI product delivered to your home each month
• All kits include detailed, color instructions
• Free gift for joining
• Join 2 kits and receive 10% off each or all 3 & receive 20% off each kit
• 10% discount on purchases at www.shopsei.com
• Exclusive member only area at www.clubsei.com
• Free coordinated downloads & cutting files
• Free exclusive paper line after one year subscription
• No contracts, membership dues or cancel fees
• Kit previews available monthly with add on and skip options

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Box in a Bag

Today we have a super creative gift wrapping idea from one of the Club SEI open houses! We call it a box in a bag because you start by making a box for the bottom. Then wrap paper around it to create a bag.


This unique-shaped bag can be adapted to fit different sizes of gifts. Use embellishments to personalize it for anyone on your list.


DIRECTIONS:
1. Cut a 4 1/2” x 4 1/2” piece of paper
2. Score it as shown in the diagram above
3. Fold on the 1 inch score lines
4. Fold & adhere the corners in to make a box
5. Cut a 5 1/2” x 11” piece of paper
6. Place adhesive along the bottom & up one side of the back
7. Lay box along the bottom edge of the 5 1/2” x 10” piece (start half way on one side of the box)
8. Wrap the 5 1/2” x 10” piece around the box
9. Adhere the side to the other side
10. Cut a 11” x 1” piece of paper
11. Adhere it around the bag even with the bottom
12. Punch out 2 circles, fold them in half
13. Attach circles to the top of the bag & punch a hole through them
14. Fill your bag & tie it together with ribbon
15. Embellish as desired

Check back tomorrow for a free template and giveaway!

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Squish Container

Every fall Club SEI hosts an open house at our outlet. It is always a blast with delicious food, make-n-takes, giveways, demos and more! Here are photos from a few years ago. This squish container is an idea shared at an open house.


DIRECTIONS:
1. Cut a 4” x 6” piece of paper for the small one (5 x 7 for medium or 8 x 10 for the large)
2. Apply adhesive to one of the 4” ends
3. Roll the paper into a tube, over lapping 1/2”
4. Apply adhesive to one end of the tube and press the edges together
5. Fill with goodies or gift
6. Apply adhesive and press the edges of the other end the opposite direction than the other end of tube
7. Embellish as desired


These are so fun to fill with goodies and give to friends or co-workers. It makes a simple gift a little more special.

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Door Hanger with Template

It's day two of our week-long gift wrapping series inspired by Club SEI. Today we are going to give you a taste of something that came in a previous club kit.


The November 2009 kit had this door hanger template with it. The awesome thing about templates is you can re-use them over and over again! So, if you are a club member, hopefully you still have this template and have used it for all kinds of occasions.


DIRECTIONS:
Use the instructions on template that came with your November 2009 club kit or find the pattern here to cut & assemble. Embellish with felt decorative elements, scraps of paper, chiplets & ribbons.

This door hanger is great for neighbor gifts. Put goodies in it and leave it on their door knob. How fun would it be to come home to one of these? What would you use this template for?

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Easy Gift Bag from Club SEI

It's an extra special week on the blog! Each day we will feature a new gift wrapping idea. All of the ideas were inspired by Club SEI. So, at the end of the week we will be giving away a club kit. Don't miss it!


To kick things off, we are going to teach you how to make a basic gift bag, inspired by a past club kit project. Making your own gift bag can save you money. Use the concept in any size you want for a custom fit. Gift bags are perfect for odd-shaped items. All you need it two pieces of paper, some ribbon, and embellishments.


DIRECTIONS:
1. Score in 1 1/2” on the bottom & sides of (2) 12” x 12” pieces of paper (one for the front of the bag and one for the back)
2. Cut along one side of each of the 1 1/2” squares in the lower corners of each sheet (as shown in the diagram above)
3. Use decorative scissors along the top edge of each sheet
4. Nest the two halves inside one another to form a bag & secure with adhesive
5. Punch holes & thread ribbon to make a handle
6. Embellish as desired

Remember to check back for more gift wrapping ideas!

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Table Napkin Decor

Emily mixed all kinds of papers, accents, and fibers to create this decor for Thanksgiving table napkins. Several are from the Homestead collection. Don't they look so fun to create? She has some tips for anyone who wants to give it a try.


"Use up your scraps to make smaller projects like Table Napkin decor for the holidays. The project lends itself to a smaller scale and by working within a collection, no matter what paper you mix together, it'll coordinate."


"On each table napkin decor piece, write down something you're thankful for."


"Fibers add dimension and texture! Any type you have works, even string!"


"Creating focal points sometimes is as easy as layering your fun elements in one area, the eye is drawn there naturally!"


"Modeling paste creates a vintage, weathered look. Try a little and build it upon itself to draw interest and contrast in your project."


"Asymmetry makes your projects stand out, experiment with moving elements off center for a fun new look!"

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Art Studio Picks: Sarah


I am so excited to share some of my favorite things right now. I have known about this for a while, but it took me a while to just sit down and do it. Thank goodness for deadlines! I recommend it to you. It is so fun to really take some time a find out what is currently inspiring you. Here are mine:
 




#1 Photography. Photography is one thing I love! As a photographer, it is a big part of my life. Not only is it a constant push for me to be creative, but I also love the creativity of others. There is nothing like capturing a perfect moment in time.




#2 Chevron & Stripes. Yes, please! Wear it, decorate with it, craft with it. Where ever it is, I will probably like it.



#3 Texture and little something Elegant. Whether it is an old tin can with some lace or burlap and glitter, both sound perfect to me. The unexpected contrast is something wonderful. Did you see yesterday's post about the new items for the December club kit? Right up my alley.



#4 Pop with Coral. I especially love it against the blues; bright blue, slate, navy, really any will do. This rich coral is so great. There is enough pink to keep it feminine, enough orange to stay neutral.



#5 The Holidays. I love Christmas and Thanksgiving. When it comes to Christmas, I am a hopeless romantic. I am in love with the season. It is a season where you can be an idealist, a sentimental dreamer, imaginative and fanciful. Lights, decorations, music, gift-giving, scents, and all eight reindeer, I want it all. (Don't worry, I have tried to be polite to my other co-workers. I have only played Christmas music one day so far. There was snow on the ground. I couldn't help it.)

Thanks again for letting me share with you!

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Club SEI December 2011 - What's New?

What’s new in the December Scrapbooking kit? This month we have some great new embellishments included in the kit. They really lend themselves well to layering together and adding a whole lot of cheer to your layouts.


Featuring cork stickers accented with silver foil (they add great texture), glitter chipboards that are completely covered with silver glitter, a printed sheer foliage sheet that looks like freshly fallen snow, and large glue dots to cover with silver glitter that add that perfect spot of bling. You even have a tube of silver glitter to play with.


Make sure you sign up for your December Scrapbooking kit! You will want to play with all these great embellishments and the beautiful papers.

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Thanksgiving Brunch

Thanksgiving is two weeks from tomorrow. Yay! If you are lucky enough ;) to be hosting this year, you may want to send out some invites to make sure everyone knows when to show up. No one wants to eat a cold turkey, right?


Patricia explains how she made her invite, using the Homestead collection. "Here I made a pocket folder invitation where you can slide the invite out from the top. I used a small office tag with a clothes pin to let my guest know what I would like them to bring 'pumpkin pie'. Finished the invite with some twine and leaves."


She is so smart to have leave a place to write food assignments. Attaching it with the clothespin helps draw attention to it. Is anyone else starting to make Thanksgiving preparations?

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Versatile Scrapbook Layouts


Welcome Kim Stewart to our 2012 design team! She has two layout ideas to share today. The first is great for Halloween photos but could work for anytime. The second layout has a fall theme but could also be adapted to fit any theme.

BUMBLEBEE


The layered banner on this page is a great way to use paper scraps. Kim used papers from several collections to cut her banner pieces, including Spooks and Homestead.


She created her spooky title using cardstock stickers from the Spooks collection. They are overlapping a little and mounted on paper.

GRATEFUL


One unique thing Kim did to create this layout is use paint chips. She cut the chips into frames and placed little crops of paper behind them, like mini works of art.


Kim used a fun idea for the die-cut leaves on this page. She cut vein shapes out of them. Then she mounted them on paper so the pattern would show through.

We hope the ideas Kim shared today will encourage you try something new on your next layout!

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Simple Anytime Cards


Welcome Pearl Lui to our 2012 design team! For her first feature, we are showing off two cards she designed using the Homestead collection. We are going to leave the descriptions up to her...


THANKFUL FOR YOU


"I made a simple card using the fall foliage die-cut leaves. I absolutely love the clean yet crinkly shapes of the leaves, so to play off of them, I created a homespun design using strips of scrap paper to create a banner. To echo the banner shape and organic feel of the card, I also created a simple banner with the handwritten sentiment of 'thankful for you'. This is a super easy, fun, and great way to use up scraps!"

I LOVE YOU


"I made a red envelope as a gift to one of my friend's newborn's 100th day celebration. In the Chinese culture, whenever there is a new born celebration, a red envelop is always in order. They're most popular during the Chinese New Year celebration when married adults hand them out to children of family and friends."


"Here I used a single strip of 4"x 11.5" pattern paper. The Homestead Cedar Chest is perfect with its naturally red and gold tones. I scored the paper every 3 inches, with the last rectangle's width to be only 2.5". I snipped a little from the top of that last rectangle and sewed it down. I decorated it a little more using scraps of coordinating pattern papers, closed it up, put it in a clear envelope, and just like that, a homemade red envelope."

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Fall Picture Frame


Welcome Jennifer Holmes to our 2012 design team! For her first feature, she created this picture frame using the Homestead collection.



Jennifer covered her frame base with paper and sticker strips. The final touches are a smaller frame cut from the paper and a piece of ric-rac.


Jennifer created her own tag to embellish the frame. She stamped a piece of paper with pretty swirls and a "Welcome Fall" sentiment. Then she added a sticker border and finished it with ribbon and a button.

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Fall Photo Layout


Welcome Melissa Mann to our 2012 design team! Melissa created this 8.5 x 11 fall layout using papers and embellishments from the Homestead collection.


One of our favorite things about this layout is the way she used scraps of paper. They bring a lot of different colors and textures into the layout. What a smart way to use scraps!


To make a traditional font more quirky, Melissa turned the "o"s sideways and combined it with letters from a puff sticker sheet.


Happy weekend, everyone!

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Thanksgiving Feast Invite

Welcome Emily Branch to our 2012 design team! Today she is sharing an invitation to her thanksgiving feast. She designed it using paper and embellishments from the Homestead collection, accented with a little twine and vellum.



Emily's tips for the perfect invite are... "Don't just decorate a piece of paper invite, go beyond the simplicity! Try something new- Design an open-enveloped sleeve, slip the invite inside and hand deliver to your recipients to make them feel more welcome at your holiday gathering."



"Layered elements add dimension. To make them stand out, especially the fabulous embossed leaves, ink them with chalk to bring out the raised areas."


"Sometimes simple is more--white paper and vellum can make even the simplest rub on or strip of patterned paper pop!"

If you are designing invites for your holiday feast, you'd better get busy. There are only 3 weeks until Thanksgiving!

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Silhouette Advent Calendar + Winner


You guys! Have you seen the new Silhouette Advent Calendars? Oh my coolness. The amazing folks over at Silhouette sent us one to play with, and we are in love!



Sometimes it's nice to just have traditional Christmas colors, no? We used some of our favorite Holiday Cheer papers along with Silver Valley stickers for the numbers. Those little circles that back the numbers? Cut outs from the boxes themselves! You see, the calendar comes with a free download card for all these drawers, AND just as many super cute gift boxes that fit in the slots as well. They were so straight forward and easy to do. Of course whenever you're using this cutting machine, it's that way anyway! Our machine gets some serious loving. We think this advent calendar would be great for lots of other uses, too! Jewelry holder, craft supplies drawers, desk organizer, etc. Don't just think Christmas. This will have a purpose all year round.




And here's a little secret for you guys...Silhouette is giving you this fabulous little package for $29.99 with the promo code SEI! That's $10 off! Wow. Hurry now, this is good only through November 11th. That way you have time to made it and get ready for all your adventing, right?

And don't forget the winner for our October challenge! As selected by random.org is #2...
JODI RELEFORD!



Congratulations, Jodi. Please send us an e-mail at seiblog{at}shopsei{dot}com to claim your $25 gift card.



Thanks everyone who participated in our link parties and challenges.

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Fall Fun Layouts

It's November! That means we can finally show off the projects our 2012 design team has been working so hard on. First up, please welcome Patricia Kumfer! She created two fall layouts using papers and embellishments from the Homestead collection.

I CAN HARDLY BELIEVE...


Patricia said, "Every time I do a layout of my son I can't beleive how big he is getting. I wanted to use a bunch of tags for this layout and I loved embellishing all of them with stamps and inked leaves."


We love Patricia's unique collection of leaves...die-cut leaves with ink, stamped leaves. The way she arranged them on her layout really shows them off as a collection.


YOU LOVE TO...


"This picture of my son couldn't of been more perfect for this layout using the homestead collection. I am love with the leaves from this collection. There are endless possibilities to make them unique."

Patricia is right! The leaves are very versatile. We have already shown examples of misting, stitching, inking, and drawing on them.


The Homestead perforated sheet is a great place to turn for journaling inspiration. It includes all kinds of quotes and fall phrases. Patricia used it for journaling on both layouts.


Thanks for sharing, Patricia! We are looking forward to welcoming all of our 2012 design team members and their projects throughout the month.

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Link Party with Giveaway

Today is the last day to enter the link party! All projects that include SEI product are welcome. As a bonus we are offering a $25 gift card to www.shopsei.com. It is the perfect time to show off your creation for our October sketch challenge. The party ends November 1st at 11:59 pm MST. The winner will be announced tomorrow.

The rules are...
1. Link to any project(s) that includes at least one SEI product by clicking on the button at the bottom of this post.
2. Link back to us by adding this button to the bottom of your blog post.

3. Make it a party by checking out each other's projects.

This will be the last time we offer a link party and challenge for now.


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